US (UT): Cache County to consider local cannabis cultivation

The Cache County Council is contemplating changes to local ordinances that would allow cultivation of cannabis in Cache Valley.

A public hearing on the proposed change to Title 17 of the Cache County Land Use Ordinance is set for the council’s next regular meeting on Jan. 26. The provisions of proposed Ordinance 2021-01 would bring local land use guidelines into compliance with State Code governing the Utah Medical Cannabis Program, according to county officials.

Although recreational use of cannabis (also know as cannabis) remains illegal throughout Utah, cannabis oil and the medicinal use of cannabisx recently became legal under certain circumstances.

State law now permits the growing of cannabis in Utah by licensed growers. Their products can then be distributed from state-regulated dispensaries at the recommendation of physicians who are registered with the Utah Department of Health.


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